Very nice pictures. Your avatar though..hmm.Saw something the other night that reminds me of your avatar. Except what i saw was ..lets just say a
little more real. If you are interested ill show you what im talking about..if not..great photos. Thanks
That's a big snake, and at 26 feet its a little big more bigger then this one, in this NatGeo video which says its only 20 feet long. I wouldn't
surprise me if there are others bigger then that out there there are all kinds of stories or sightings of anacondas over 30 feet long.
And there pretty much always growing as long as there environment supports it and they have food/prey, and considering they use water as there main
way of hunting, or getting around, in an environment like that in the video, a marshy wetlands, they can probably just grow and grow for as long as
a reply to: Mrs.Peony
In the picture under water, or of it on land with the guy with the camera near by, its only that thick because it just feed. It even says so, it
probably stayed there till it digested its meal, then it will move on, or at least it was planing to do that before the annoying guy with the camera
dressed like a seal came by.
But ya its crazy how it can swallow something that much bigger then its body whole, there are even vids and pictures of a snake, not a anaconda, but
a python I believe swallowing a gator. Anyways the snake literally burst itself from the inside out after it swallowed it whole, it was not as big
as those anacondas, but still its a pretty crazy way they feed, some of them literally bite more then they can chew, or even handle, or digest. It
gives a whole new meaning to the phrase.
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